Brian Marshall is an Electrical Engineering Technologist living in Barrie, Ontario, Canada, and a longtime researcher in various fields including entomology, power electronic engineering, NFL, Canadian Football and MLB. Brian has written many articles, winning awards for two of them, and two books in his 60 years with two baseball books on the way — one on the 1927 New York Yankees and the other on the 1897 Baltimore Orioles. Brian has been a SABR member since 2013 and is a longtime member of the PFRA. Growing up Brian played many sports including football, rugby, hockey, baseball along with participating in power lifting and arm wrestling events, and aspired to be a professional football player but when that didn’t materialize he focused on Rugby Union and played off and on for 17 seasons in the “front row.”
SABR BioProject biographies written by Brian Marshall
SABR Games Project stories written by Brian Marshall
SABR Journal Articles written by Brian Marshall
- Maris and Ruth: Was the Season Games Differential the Primary Issue?
- Hits in Consecutive At-Bats: Investigating the Nineteenth Century
- Was Willie Keeler the First to Record Four 5-Hit Games in a Season During the 19th Century?
- A Pitching Conundrum: Tim Keefe and Old Hoss Radbourne
- Catcher Duke Farrell’s Record Performance: Game Notes from May 11, 1897
- Analyzing Coverage of the Hines Triple Play
- Notes Related to Cy Young’s First No-Hitter
- Larry Twitchell’s Big Day
- The Three, or Was It Two, .400 Hitters of 1922
SABR Research Topics written by Brian Marshall
SABR Research Articles written by Brian Marshall
SABR Ballparks written by Brian Marshall